Life Changing Super Full Moon Astrology Plus Creative Vintage Cat Calendars

Super Full Moon Astrology Calendars With Creative Cats by Clyde, feline editor a very old black cat.

Greetings dear ones, are you feeling yet another super full moon? It’s bursting into its fullness tomorrow and heralding fishy Pisces time. It will be life-changing if you’re ready. Expect a bit of dreamy but creative confusion.  Enjoy our unusual collection of antique cat calendars with a spoonful of modern astrological wisdom.

Full moons feel more emotional or intense and this one more so. It’s time to let go of the past in order to create a new life. The planets are lining up for this to happen. If you’ve been waiting for what feels like nine lives, this time, the changes are going to stick.

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With this full moon in practical Virgo, it rules work and routines. If you’ve been dragging old baggage around darlings, the time is ripe to cut ties and ways that aren’t working. It’s about aligning all parts of your life on purpose. It starts with awareness. Maybe you’re happy in your home life, having the cutest cat on the planet but hate your job. Maybe you’re making a decent living but your love life in the litter box. Maybe it’s all out of whack: money, job, health, relationships.

The more unhappy areas of your life, the less aligned you are with your life purpose. It’s a myth to expect we can have it all but we can have more balance.  Once you connect your heart’s desire of what you really want, it’s time for an action plan. Please know, things may be unclear at first and unfold in unexpected ways. You don’t have to know exactly how but trust things are shifting with your trust and intuition for the best possible outcome.

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Cats are creatures of habit. We like the same old, same old but if the new changes or habits are good, we’ll go along with it. BUT people, be practical. If you feel like buying a snazzy new cat tree, don’t chuck out the ratty old one too fast.  Give your cat a chance to try out, place their scent on the new one and then, throw the old one to the curb. Same goes for new diets, exercise or other routines (human or feline).

Before big new changes can happen, we’re big at Cat Wisdom 101 about studying the past to understand the future and how it impacts our present. Nothing happens in a vacuum. It’s one of the reasons why we love sharing vintage cat art and tweaking it for a new age and audience. We’ve blogged often about the full moon but this Full Moon post from our past is timely.

The past is always rearing its head into the present.  The days in this 1952 calendar fall on the same days of the week as 2019.

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2019 is not a leap year. You’ll have to wait until 2020 to ask that handsome cat to the altar. Oh, forget it. It’s 2019. You don’t have to wait to do anything your heart desires.

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Do you find we have more moods than our ancestors in 1897.  Goodness, I’m not sure what the artist was thinking. Affectation, admiration, contemplation, fascination, expectation, speculation, aggravation, realization, vexation. Hmmm, that’s so not a Hallmark card.

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Yes, to more fur and fun this year.

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Some things never change. Cats inspire mischief as does the full moon. Be sure to check our monthly calendar for full moon, new moons and other events posted the last week of the month.

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When these calendars were originally published, animal advocacy was in its infancy. There were few shelters. Spay/neuter didn’t exist. We’ve come a long way but one thing hasn’t changed: the world is still mad about puppies and kittens.

A house is not a home without a pet. I think the old title “Home Pets” refers to pets that live at home and not outdoors.

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So, what sparked your interest about life or cats from this post? 

We aren’t posting as often but unique posts are content rich. Would you prefer less content more often or the same?

Love forever since we love you to the moon and back,

Clyde and furriends.

14 thoughts on “Life Changing Super Full Moon Astrology Plus Creative Vintage Cat Calendars”

  1. I loved this soooo much. Lots of fun in this one. Please keep it coming. Even just a little.

  2. Layla
    we love the artful calendars fur sure! We most assuredly feel the cosmic disturbances and full moon madness. 3 super moons in the first three months of a year is quite a bit to deal with!
    The winds of change are surely blowing this year we feel it in our very bones. We purr and pray that it will be more positive change this year since last year brought the loss of 3 of my fur family.
    We are trying to keep an open heart,mind, spirit and soul to keep from missing the subtle nuances that often times are harbingers of change.
    We hope all will have many positive changes in their lives this year!
    Here’s to the good,strong positive changes for us all!!!
    Love the new little pics and clips that come in the email!
    Luvs
    Skeeter and Izzy and the Feral Gang + Twig & Peanut & Romeo & the Angels >^..^^..^<~

  3. Wonderful calendar and cat images, Layla and dear Clyde!
    We are deep into the process of adding a third cat to the household. This is our fifth week and it sure is complicated; personalities, ages, appetites, energies, and attitudes. Whew. Moment to moment, it’s exciting and frustrating.
    Happy Full Moon and Year of the Pig.
    xxoo

  4. We love the old calendars especially the 1952 one with black cats 😉
    All of the calendars are cute. We look forward to this new year and all it has to offer.
    We look forward to visiting our friends and meeting new ones.
    We also are excited to see what the year will bring 🙂
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

  5. These calendars are wild and amazing they are so old! I’m doing yoga to help with the full moon tension.

  6. The idea of change is what jumps out at me. We are facing the prospect of adding a new cat to the family. We haven’t done that for almost 11 years! That’s the age of my youngest ones. The new cat is in quarantine now for another 30 days then we’ll begin the gradual process. Right now the resident cats are getting used to his smell and sounds so it won’t be such an abrupt change for them. Thanks for the informative post.

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